Venue Info

Atwater Cocktail Club plays the hard-drinking sister to next-door French restaurant Foiegwa, but diners will have to exercise some investigative prowess to enter the speakeasy-style joint. A back alley around the corner from the restaurant leads to the entrance, only marked by a red industrial light and an illustration of a Native American headdress. Enter and you'll find a sleek bar covered in ferns, with a green marble-topped bar, mirrored ceilings and coral sofas. Proprietary cocktails are elegant and exciting -- try the Dandy (bitters, coffee syrup, bourbon, scotch, and maple whiskey). This lounge can even be made its own dining destination, with snacks like frog legs, and larger plates like buttered escargots and Black Angus entrecote with fries.

Montreal

Atwater Cocktail Club

Atwater Cocktail Club

Atwater Cocktail Club plays the hard-drinking sister to next-door French restaurant Foiegwa, but diners will have to exercise some investigative prowess to enter the speakeasy-style joint. A back alley around the corner from the restaurant leads to the entrance, only marked by a red industrial light and an illustration of a Native American headdress. Enter and you'll find a sleek bar covered in ferns, with a green marble-topped bar, mirrored ceilings and coral sofas. Proprietary cocktails are elegant and exciting -- try the Dandy (bitters, coffee syrup, bourbon, scotch, and maple whiskey). This lounge can even be made its own dining destination, with snacks like frog legs, and larger plates like buttered escargots and Black Angus entrecote with fries.